Originally Posted by erkq
But again, is it an ISO image or is it a windows file structure. It needs to be burnt as an ISO image to work.
One more time.....I followed Pioneer's directions to a tee:
1) I downloaded the zip file
2) I put a CD-RW disc in my writing drive
3) My software for burning opened up and I selected "Burn files to disc" (It didn't specifiy if it was an ISO image or windows file that was to be burned)
4) I selected the Pioneer Firmware Update zip file in my "downloads" folder
5) I clicked burn file to CD-RW
6) The burning process started and finished 3 minutes later stating it had been burned successfully
7) I took the disc out of my writing drive and then I put it back in to check to see if the Firmware Update files were on it (all three were with the exact titles) and they were
The ONLY kink in this process, that I can discern, might be what I hinted at above in #3 within the paranthesis, and that is that my Windows software for buring the files might not have the ability to burn an ISO image and thus it didn't even mention it. But if that is the case, I would think that Pioneer would give consumers a heads up in their directions so they aren't burning files to CDs endlessly without success.